Mathfeud [We Got Pixels]
we have just submitted Mathfeud for review on the Apple App Store!
We are a small indie development team and we are self-publishing Mathfeud.
Mathfeud is a FREE, mind-boggling, turn-based, multiplayer math-puzzle game!
Math has never been as exiting as this!
Playing Mathfeud is simple: connect numbers to solve as many math puzzles as possible in 2 minutes.
Your opponent will have to solve the exact same puzzles, and whoever gets the highest combined score wins!
Challenge your friends via Facebook, Twitter or their Mathfeud username. Or, challenge thousands of random players from around the world!
A game of Mathfeud consists of 3 rounds, each lasting 2 minutes. To win, you need to achieve the highest combined score from all 3 rounds!
Use “Keys” to unlock hard puzzles or upgrade to a premium account and disable Keys altogether!
Set the difficulty to match your math-puzzling skills, and defeat your opponents!
With 3 different levels of difficulty, anyone can play, while improving their math skills at the same time.
The number of solved math-puzzles isn't everything. Use your math skills to complete the puzzles, by using as many number multipliers as you can.
Multipliers can add a lot of points to your score, and you can achieve some very big scores by combining several multipliers in just one puzzle.
• Multiplayer turn-based gameplay
• 3 levels of difficulty
• In game chat
• Optional Facebook and Twitter integration
• Different game boards and puzzles in every game
• Easy to learn, hard to master
• 7 different languages (English, Danish, Norwegian, French, German, Swedish, Spanish).
• Company website: www.wegotpixels.com
• Games specific page: www.mathfeud-app.com
• Twitter account: www.twitter.com/mathfeud
• Facebook page: www.facebook.com/mathfeud
We are giving free promocodes for some of our Twitter followers before release. So follow @mathfeud on twitter to get updates and maybe a Promo code, or like us on Facebook!
Planned release is around the 16th October (depending on Apple's review process).
Let us know what you think!